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Jan 27, 2013 8:00am PST
and that crosses a line that hasn't been crossed really since the '40s when you talk about government investigating movies. >> what is this movie? what were you trying to do? it is in so many ways the first draft of history. >> for me it was an opportunity to shine a light on the last ten years and portray the human beings at the center of the hunt for the world's most dangerous man. >> mark? >> you know, to the extent that it helps that story enter the popular imagination and the culture and our history, it's done, you know, a wonderful service. >> thank you both very much for joining us this morning, and speaking of service and sacrifice, we now pause to honor our fellow americans who do just that. ♪ this week the pentagon released the name of one soldier killed in afghanistan. >>> and now we turn to a special voice this morning, someone i recognized this week from long ago, a soldier president obama turned to at the commander of chief's inaugural ball via satellite from afghanistan. >> mr. president, we're honored to be able to join you tonight. >> i last sat down with major general abe abrams
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